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137 government schools in Haryana will be upgraded to senior secondary schools: CM

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar announced on Monday that secondary schools having at least 100 students in Class 9 and 10 last year would be elevated to senior secondary schools.

On the third and last day of his visit to Sirsa district as part of his “Jan Samvad” programme, he made the announcement that up to 137 such schools around the state would be upgraded to senior secondary schools. According to this official statement, Khattar was speaking to the gathering at Bani village, Rania assembly constituency, in Sirsa.

In an effort to relieve students from having to go far for their education, the state government, according to the chief minister, has chosen to give a senior secondary school within a five-kilometer radius.

Speaking to another group in Sant Nagar Village, Rania, Khattar ordered the formation of a committee to look into claims of “delay in results of students and irregularities in recruitment in Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa” under the direction of the vice-chancellor¬†of another university.

According to the statement, the CM also dedicated and laid the cornerstone for 11 construction projects worth more than Rs 119.44 crore in the Rania assembly constituency. Four of these projects, totaling more than Rs 12.73 crore, were opened, and seven more, totaling around Rs 106.70 crore, had their foundation stones placed. During a ceremony in Sirsa’s Ottu village, he also dedicated four projects totaling Rs 12.73 crore, including a newly built 33-KV sub-station at Maujdin village that cost Rs 5.19 crore.

During an event in Bani village, the chief minister laid the cornerstone for seven projects totaling more than Rs 106.70 crore. Among these is the Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya building and hostel, which will cost more than Rs 4.90 crore and be constructed in the village of Fatehpur Niamatkhan. The chief minister announced plans to promote Ottu Lake as a tourism destination.

The ‘Jan Samvad’ campaign was launched by Khattar in the Rohtak district last year. Later, the event was held in a number of districts, including Bhiwani, Palwal, and Kurukshetra. People voice their complaints to the chief minister during “Jan Samvads,” and he instructs officials to address the issues right away.

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